Unpacking the Criminal Justice Reform Bill

Top Pick July 23, 2018 Somerville Free 0
(Photo: seb_ra/iStock)
(Photo: seb_ra/iStock)

A JALSA team is forming to mobilize our communities for criminal justice reform. In April, the State Legislature passed one of the most sweeping criminal justice reform bills to date in Massachusetts. Our team wants to educate ourselves about how far-reaching the bill is and what organizations made its passage possible. This will be a casual discussion about our team’s future involvement in criminal justice reform campaigns and to learn from each other’s experiences.

We will be joined by John Bowman, the Access to Justice Fellow with Jobs Not Jails.

Dinner and refreshments will be provided!

Space is wheelchair accessible. Find parking information here. To RSVP and for accessibility, food or other needs, please reach out to Alison at alison.jalsa@gmail.com.

About John Bowman:
John Bowman served as a clinical teaching fellow at Harvard Law School, an associate professor at Boston University School of Law, and an assistant attorney general of the Commonwealth. He is also involved with the Jobs Not Jails coalition, an umbrella organization connecting over a hundred social organizations, unions and faith communities invested in reforming the criminal justice system in Massachusetts.

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When
Monday, July 23, 2018, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Where
The Center for Arts at the Armory
191 Highland Ave
Somerville, MA 02143
Price
Free

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